Jfq 99 4th Quarter; Jfq: Joint Force Quarterly

Jfq 99 4th Quarter; Jfq:  Joint Force Quarterly
Jfq 99 4th Quarter; Jfq: Joint Force Quarterly
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Joint Force Quarterly is designed for national security professionals in and out of the U.S. Government to promote understanding of the integrated employment of land, sea, air, pace, and special operations forces. This journal focuses on joint doctrine, integrated operations, coalition warfare, contingency planning, military operations conducted across the spectrum of conflict, and joint force development.

The journal is published for the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, by the Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University.

Quarterly periodical. Subscription price covers issues for 1 year. Single copy, $15.00; foreign single copy, $21.00. File Code 2R. JFQ.


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Social Media Weaponization: The Biohazard of Russian Disinformation Campaigns By Sarah Jacobs Gamberini 14

Recruiting Cyber Specialists: Why the Services Must Modernize Qualification Standards By Jesse P. Samluk, Mark A. Boeke, and Marcus A. Neal

22 Space Operations: Lines, Zones, Options, and Dilemmas By Jerry V. Drew

31 The Strategic Potential of Collected Exploitable Material By Michael R. Fenzel with Leslie Slootmaker and R. Kim Cragin Essay Competitions

40 Competition Is What States Make of It: A U.S. Strategy Toward China By Kaleb J. Redden

57 Pardon the Paradox: Making Sense of President Trump’s Interventions in Military Justice By Jeremy McKissack

71 Artificial Intelligence: A Decisionmaking Technology By Mark M. Zais Commentary

74 Decision Superiority Through Joint All Domain Command and Control By Terrence J. O’Shaughnessy

81 Rightsizing Our Understanding of Religion By Wayne A. Macrae 88 Success on Purpose: A Message for Leaders of Military Organizations By Russell Steven Williford and Wendi Peck 

95 The Importance of Joint Concepts for the Planner By James L. Cook

101 Mobilization in the 21st Century: Asking the Right Question By Matthew C. Gaetke

111 A Globally Integrated U.S. Coast Guard on a World Stage By Michael N. St. Jeanos

116 Differentiating Kinetic and Cyber Weapons to Improve Integrated Combat By Josiah Dykstra, Chris Inglis, and Thomas S. Walcott Recall

124 Calling Forth the Military: A Brief History of the Insurrection Act By Michael R. Rouland and Christian E. Fearer

135 More Afraid of Your Friends Than the Enemy: Coalition Dynamics in the Korean War, 1950–1951 By Fideleon O. Damian

Book Reviews

144 Shadows on the Wall Reviewed by John Mark Mattox

145  Divided Armies Reviewed by Larry D. Miller

146 Command Reviewed by Allan R. M




Members of the military, policymakers, governmental workers and contractors, defense contractors, agencies combatting terrorism, students and teachers interested in how the different branches of the military work together and with allies (particularly political science, governmental, and military studies), and military enthusiasts will enjoy this informative publication.

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